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About-Dr.Ashok.S.Patil

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, IBAP.

Ex.Director Agricultural Research and Extension, Vasantdada Sugar Institute , Pune , MS ,India.
Total 41 years of Experience in Research, Teaching, Development and Extension in Crop Production, Crop Improvement and Plant Protection.

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NAME : DR. PATIL ASHOK S.

INCREASE OF SUGAR CANE PRODUCTIVITY AND SUGAR OUTPUT

ASSOCIATION WITH SUGAR CANE DEVELOPMENT ASPECTS AT SELECTED SUGAR FACTORIES FOR INCREASE OF SUGAR CANE YIELD AND SUGAR RECOVERY FROM MAHARASHTRA STATE, INDIA BY DR. A. S. PATIL (1975-2017), AS A SCIENTIST

PROVINCE IN INDIA

NO. OF SUGAR FACTORIES

Ahmednagar

5

Aurangabad

2

Dhule

2

Jalgaon

2

Kolhapur

2

Nandurbar

1

Nashik

4

Osmanabad

1

Pune

3

Satara

1

Sangli

1

Solapur

1

Yeotmal

1

SUGAR INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT FUND PROPOSAL

PREPARED AND CHECKED THE SUGAR DEVELOPMENT FUND PROPOSALS OF CO-OPERATIVE SUGAR FACTORIES FROM MAHARASHTRA AND GOA STATE, FUNDED BY GOVT. OF INDIA DURING SERVICE BY DR. A. S. PATIL, AT VSI, PUNE

PROVINCE IN INDIA

NO. OF SUGAR FACTORIES

Aurangabad

4

Ahmednagar

2

Beed

5

Dhule

1

Hingoli

1

Jalgaon

5

Jalna

3

Latur

4

Nanded

2

Nashik

4

Nandurbar

2

Osmanabad

2

CANE DEVELOPMENT GUIDANCE TO SUGAR MILLS

CANE DEVELOPMENT GUIDANCE GIVEN TO THE SELECTED SUGAR FACTORIES FROM WESTERN INDIA BY DR. A. S. PATIL THROUGH VISITS IN THE OPERATIONAL AREAS MANY TIMES IN A YEAR FROM 1975 TO 2017

NAME OF THE PROVINCE

NO. OF SUGAR FACTORIES

Kolhapur

14

Sangli

6

Satara

6

Pune

13

Solapur

8

Ahmednagar

11

Nasik

6

Dhule

4

Nandurbar

3

Jalgaon

4

Aurangabad

4

Jalna

2

Beed

6

Parbhani

2

Hingoli

2

Nanded

1

Osmanabad

3

Latur

3

Buldhana

1

Yeotmal

1

Wardha

1

MISSION MODE PROJECT TO INCREASE SUGAR OUTPUT BY MATURITY SURVEY IN SUGAR CANE

ASSOCIATION IN A PRIME TASK WORK FOR INCREASE OF THE SUGAR OUTPUT BY MATURITY WISE HARVESTING OF SUGAR CANE IN THE SELECTED INDIAN SUGAR FACTORIES BY DR. A. S. PATIL, DURING SERVICE

NAME OF THE SUGAR FACTORY

PROVINCE

Shree Dnyaneshwar

Ahmednagar

Shirpur Shetkari

Dhule

Madhukar

Jalgaon

Satpuda Tapi

Nandurbar

Samarth

Jalna

CANE DEVELOPMENT WORK IN INDIA

GUIDANCE GIVEN IN SUGAR CANE DEVELOPMENT WITH SPECIFIC OBJECTS TO THE SUGAR FACTORIES FROM OTHER STATES THAN MAHARASHTRA STATE IN INDIA BY DR. A. S. PATIL, 1975 TO 2017

STATE

NO. OF SUGAR FACTORIES

Bihar

1

Madhya Pradesh

3

Tamil Nadu

1

Gujarat

5

Goa

1

Haryana

1

Karnataka

3

Rajasthan

1

Uttar Pradesh

1

XVI.SEMINAR/WORKSHOP ATTENDED AS A SCIENTIST

1.INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON PLANT PROTECTION /SAFE ENVIRONMENT

(INDIA, NETHERLANDS, USA, BRASIL,AUSTRALIA)

11

2.VASANTDADA SUGAR INSTITUTE, STATE/NATIONAL SEMINAR,PUNE

32

3.DECCAN SUGAR TECHNOLOGISTS ASSOCIATION, PUNE

26

4.SUGAR TECHNOLOGISTS ASSOCIATION OF INDIA, NEW DELHI

08

5.INDIAN SCIENCE CONGRESS, KOLKATA

06

6.SOIL BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY,BENGALURU

02

7.SOUTH INDIAN SUGARCANE TECHNOLOGISTS ASSOCIATION,CHENNAI

03

8.ALL INDIA COORDINATED RESEARCH PROJECT ON SUGARCANE,LUCKNOW

31

9.ALL INDIA COORDINATED RESEARCH PROJECT ON WHITE GRUBS,ICAR,

03

10.INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF SUGAR CANE TECH.,MAURITIUS

02

11.OTHER

15

INTERNATIONAL TRAININGS GIVEN/ORGANIZED/ DELIVERED TALKS FOR THE SUGAR FACTORY OFFICERS IN CANE DEVELOPMENT WORK IN INDIA (1982-2012)

NAME OF THE COUNTRY

NO. OF SUGAR FACTORIES

Kenya

Two

Uganda

One

Tanzania

One

Nepal

Two

Mauritius

One

Sudan

Two

Srilanka

Two

Cameroon

One (New)

IMPORTANT TRAININGS CONDUCTED/ DELIVERED TALKS RELATED TO SUGAR CANE AND SUGAR FACTORY ASPECTS FOR OFFICERS/ SCIENTISTS FROM INDIA IN THE SERVICE

NAME OF THE PROGRAMME

DURATION

YEAR

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

Sugar Cane Development Programme for Kenana Sugar Factory, Kenya

One month

2000

21

Sustainable Development of Sugar Cane based cropping systems, India

One month

1997

1998

1999

2003

42

24

23

16

Biological control of Sugar Cane Pests

One month

2000

02

National Level Training Programme under Macro Management Mode of Agriculture (MMMA) scheme funded by Ministry of Agriculture, Govt. of India, and Directorate of Sugar Cane Development, Lucknow on

  1. Mechanization in Sugar Cane farming

  2. Micro propagation of Sugar Cane

  1. Micro irrigation in Sugar Cane farming

  2. Bio and Organic Fertilizers in Sugar Cane

  3. Integrated Pest Management in Sugar Cane

5 days

5 days

5 days

5 days

5 days

2005-06

16

17

19

15

15

Advanced Technologies for increasing Sugar Cane Productivity in U. P. for Cane Commissioners, Agricultural Officers from Government of Uttar Pradesh, India

One week

2003

16

Advanced Technologies for increasing Sugar Cane productivity in India for cane Development, Agricultural Officers from sugar factories.

One week

1999

2001

2002

2003

21

23

34

07

Orientation Training in Sugar Cane Development and Management for sugar factory officers, Govt. Officers.

One month

1998

1999

2001

2002

12

07

35

35

Oos Sheti Dnyanyag(Sugar Cane Farming Technology) for Sugar Cane growers in Marathi (Local)language

One week

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

272

541

567

193

255

255

492

RESEARCH SCHEMES IMPLEMENTED AND COMPLETED AS A PRINCIPAL/CO-INVESTIGATOR DURING SERVICE

Standardization of Multiplication and supply of nucleus culture of a Predator, Dipha aphidivora to the sugar factories for the management of Ceratovacuna lanigera in Sugar Cane

ICAR, Ministry of Agriculture, New Delhi Govt. of India,

2005-06 to 2007-08

Use of Keradix-G in Sugar Cane Crop

West Coast Rasayan International Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai, India

2005

Use of Dormex (Hydrogen Cyanamide, 49%) in Sugar Cane crop

PNP and Associates Pvt. Ltd., Faridabad, India

2004 to 2005

Effect of Gramoxone in Sugar Cane Cultivation

Syngenta Crop. Prot. Ltd., Pune, India

2006

Assessment of losses in Sugar Cane Yield and Recovery due to Pests and Development of Forewarning System

ICAR, Ministry of Agriculture, New Delhi Govt. of India

2004-05 to 2006-07

Control of Termites with New Insecticides

Dupont India Ltd, Mumbai, India

2004-05 to 2007-8

Control of Borers with new insecticides in Sugar Cane

Dupont India Ltd, Mumbai, India

2004-05 to 2007-08

Network Project on Developing Agro Techniques for Tropicalized Sugar Beet in India

ICAR, New Delhi, India

2005-06 to 2007-08

Field Demonstrations on Recent Technologies (6 Nos.) in Sugar Cane .

AICRP’s

IISR, Lucknow, India

2007-08

Testing of Newer Insecticides and Fungicides against Sugar Beet Pests

Syngenta (Ind.) Ltd., India

2007- 08

Sugar Cane (Breeder) Seed Production

Govt. of Maharashtra, India

2006-2007

Sugar Cane (Breeder) Seed Production

AICRP’s

IISR, Lucknow, India

2007-2008

All India Co-ordinated Research Project on Sugar Cane (Member Scientist).

ICAR, New Delhi, India

1975-80 and

1982 to

2008

Development of Package of Practices for Meristem Cultured Plants as a source of seed sugar cane.

ICAR, New Delhi

2004-05

to 2007-08

Assessment of losses in Sugar Cane Yield and Sugar Recovery due to Pests and Development of Forewarning System.

ICAR, New Delhi

2005-06 to 2006-07

Evaluation of Tropical Sugar Beet Varieties at Indian conditions.

SesVandareHave, Belgium

2007-2008 to 2008-09

IMPORTANT REPORTS MAINLY, SUGAR CANE CULTIVATION AND DEVELOPMENT FOR INCREASE OF PRODUCTIVITY PREPARED BY DR. PATIL AND HIS TEAM FROM IBAP, PUNE IN VARIOUS COUNTRIESDURING 2008 TO 2017

NAME OF THE COUNTRY

NO. OF REPORTS

YEAR

MOZAMBIQUE

TWO (Two locations)

2015, 2016

T0GO

ONE (Three locations)

2015

GUYANA

ONE (Six sugar mills)

2013

GUINEA BISSAU

ONE (One sugar mill)

2013

CAMEROON

THREE (Three sugar mills)

2011, 2012, 2013

GHANA

TWO (Two locations, One sugar mill)

2011, 2012

INDIA

THREE (Three sugar mills)

2008, 2009, 2010

ACTIVITIES

  • PREPARATION OF MOST TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL REPORTS MAINLY RELATED TO THE INTEGRATED SUGAR INDUSTRY FOR QUALITY PRODUCTION OF SUGAR (various types, with less chemicals and organic sugar),CO-GENERATION, ETHANOL, BIO-COMPOST, BIO- FERTILIZERS,BIO-GAS, CHEMICALS, etc.

  • Critique Reports in Agricultural Sciences in various aspects like production, demand, market of farm commodities

  • Site Selection for Industry

  • Ground work of Sugar Cane/Sugar Beet/ Crop Feasibility Reports

  • Large scale profitable cultivation of crops

  • Cost of cultivation of farming aspects viz. crop production, goat farming, organic milk and dairy,

  • Site selection for main/ sub complex of industry

  • Detailed Project Reports

  • Appraisal Reports

  • Quality Control Reports

  • Project Completion

  • Project Expansion

  • Rehabilitation

  • Cane Development and Management

PLANNING AND EXECUTION WORK

  • Plant and Ratoon (Stubble) sugar cane Planning (1 year, 2 years, 3 years, 5 years, 10 years,20 years,30 years, 40 years, 50 years and so on )

  • Scheme formulation for staff, farmers and allied entities.

  • Sugar cane ripening and Harvesting – planning, scheduling, transport, etc.

  • Increase of sugar cane yield and sugar recovery in field and reduction of total losses in the factory

EVALUATION

Work flow, work force, development activities, Sugar Cane Business Intelligence System

TRAINING PROGRAMMES

  • Staff Training Programs for Officers and others as per category of work

  • Farmer’s Training Programme on many aspects

  • Orientation training programs for officers and farmers in recent developments of many practical aspects

  • Trainers training programmes for fast extension work in a limited time

  • Preparation of Distribution Material to Educate the Staff and Farmers e.g. Crop Calendar, Crop Diary,

CROP GROWING DEMONSTRATIONS PLOTS (suggestion, conduct and developments)

  • Recent Technologies for sugar Cane Development and production

  • Large Scale Validation on Crop cultivation aspects

LABORATORY/ UNIT ESTABLISHMENTS

  • Seed Production Cell (primary seed, secondary seed, commercial seed Production, etc.)

  • Soil, Water and Tissue Analysis Laboratory

  • Agricultural Implements and Machinery unit, workshop,

  • Establishment and Advancement of production unit for plant and animal origin safe pesticides, Bio -fertilizers ,bio- compost, vermin- compost, multi and micronutrient fertilizers,

  • Outline and Establishment of Classical Bio- Control Laboratory for Crop and Animal Pests Management through bio- agents

  • Tissue Culture Laboratory for pest and disease free plantlet production

PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION

  • Farmers Guidance

  • Agricultural Pest, Weed and Disease Management Activity

  • Integrated Pest Management policy frame working

  • War- foot basis time bound project for management of most dangerous crop and animal pest

  • Commercial Research , Development and extension Activities

  • Integrated Nutrient Management activities, policy frame working

  • National and International Publications-158
  • Popular Articles-120
  • Local Language Articles-188
  • Information Bulletins-11
  • Book Published-2
  • Radio Talks-53
  • Television Programmes-63
  • Farmers Rallies-1000
  • Govt. Staff Training Programs-134
  • Staff Training Programs-324
  • Sugar Factories Cane Development Reports-172
  • Foreign Visits and Guidance-11 Countries
I. EDUCATIONAL CREDENTIALS:

Ph.D. (Agri.) Mahatma Phule Agricultural University, Rahuri, MS, INDIA
M.Sc.(Agri.)-First Class-M.P.A.U., Rahuri, MS, INDIA
B.Sc. (Agri.)– ​ ​ First Class-M.P.A.U., College of Agriculture, Dhule, MS, INDIA

II. SKILL:

Dr. Patil, CEO, IBAP has a total 41 years of experience in Research,Development, Teaching, Training, and Extension work in Agricultural Sciences and Technology. His Expertise is rigorous mainly in Sugar Cane and Sugar Beet. He engaged in Preparationof various reports ​ viz . SugarCane Feasibility, Sugar Cane Availability, Sugar Cane Development andProduction, Sugar Cane Development Fund Proposals, DPR of Sugar Factory, Co- Generation, Green Fuel, Sugar Cane Planting Systems,Integrated Soil Fertility- Irrigation-Pests management in New and Old Sugar Factories, Ratoon Management, Seed Production etc. in India and Abroad. Arranged and given various Trainings to the Indian and atInternational level to the Sugar Factory Officers, Students and Farmers in Sugar Cane and Sugar Beet, mainly. He has a Agronomical and Plant Protection Experience in the Cultivation of many other crops, too ​ viz.
Maize, Rice, Vegetables, Pulses, Cotton, Horticultural Crops.

 III.INTERNATIONAL TRAINING :
Completed 3.5 months International ​ Course on Plant Protection (ICPP), 1983, at International Agricultural Centre, Wageningen, ​ The Netherlands (Subjects :Entomology, Plant Pathology, Virology, Nematology, Weed Control, Seed Technology)

IV.SPECIALIZED TRAINING IN INDIA:
● Summer Institute on Sugar Cane Scale Insects, Indian Institute of Sugar Cane Research, Lucknow, UP, ​ INDIA, ​ ​ 1981.
● Training on Granulosis Virus, Sugar Cane Breeding Institute, Coimbatore, TN, INDIA, ​ ​ 1987.

V. SCHOLARSHIP /FELLOWSHIP OBTAINED:
● GOVT. OF INDIA, Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Merit–Cum—Means Scholarship for ​ B.Sc. (Agri.) Studies, 1969 to 1973 (
.College of Agriculture, Dhule, MS, INDIA )
● GOVT. OF MAHARASHTRA STATE, Merit-Cum-Means Scholarship,Mahatma Phule Agricultural University, Rahuri, MS, INDIA for M. Sc.
(Agri.) Studies , 1973 to 1975.
● NETHERLANDS GOVT. FELLOWSHIP, for 3.5 months International Training in ICPP at IAC, Wageningen, THE NETHERLANDS, 1983.
● MARATHA SAMAJ, DADAR, TT CIRCLE, MUMBAI,MS,INDIA-educational help for M.Sc. Agri. STUDIES ,1973 to 1975

VI.SPORTS & OTHER EXTRA CURRICULLAR ACTIVITIES:

●Representative as a player in Inter University, Volley balltournament, 1972-73.
●Winner of several prizes of Table Tennis and Volley Ball tournaments at College and University level, 1969-1975.
●Indoor and Outdoor Secretary, Students Council, Agril. College, Dhule,1970-71.
●N.C.C.: NCC Cadet, stood second in 0.303 firing in 1970-71 in 4 th ​ COY.
●Best Student, College Color Award, Agril. College, Dhule,
1970-71

VII. SPORTS AND NCC ACTIVITIES:
● Representative as a Player in Inter University, Volley Ball Tournament,Pune, MS, INDIA, ​ 1972-73.
● Winner of several prizes of Table Tennis, Volley Ball and Carom Tournaments at College and PG School level, MS, INDIA during 1969-1975.
● Indoor and Outdoor Secretary, Students Council, Agril. College, Dhule in 1970-71.● N.C.C. : NCC Cadet 1969-70 to 1970-71, Stood SECOND AMONG THE STUDENTS in 0.303 firing in 47 th ​ COY. Dhule in ​ 1970-71.
● Best Student, College Color Award, Agril. College, Dhule in 1970-71.

1.CEO, India Bio and Agro Pacific Pvt. Ltd. Pune- 411 008, MS, ​ India,(01.05.2008 to till date).
●Director ​ and Head, Crop Protection, Vasantdada Sugar Institute, Manjari (Bk.), Pune 412 307 (01.10.2007 to 30.04.2008).
●Director, Agricultural Research and Extension, Vasantdada SugarInstitute, Manjari (Bk.), Pune (15.04.2006 to 30.09.2007).
●Head, ​ Entomology, Vasantdada Sugar Institute, Manjari (Bk.),Pune (20.09.1982 to 15.4.2006).
●Asstt. Prof. of Entomology (CL II), College of Agriculture, Pune 411005 (05.07-1980 to 19.09.1982).
●Asstt. Prof. of Entomology (Asstt. Entomologist) Central Sugar Cane Research Station, Padegaon, Pin-415 521 Post. Nira (R.S.), Dist-Pune,
India ​ (22.08.1975 to 04.07.1980).

II. COUNTRIES VISITED: 

Nepal (1982), Netherlands (1983), U.K (1983)
Germany (1983), France (1983),  U.S.A. (1993),
Italy (1993), Vatican City (1993), Australia (2001),
Singapore (2001), Brazil (2006),  Kenya (2007,2013),
Cameroun (2011,2012, 2013), Ghana (2011, 2012), British Guyana (2013),
Suriname (2013), Togo (2015).

III. INTERNATIONAL TRAINING :
Completed 3.5 months International ​ Course on Plant Protection (ICPP), 1983, at International Agricultural Centre, Wageningen, ​ The Netherlands (Subjects :Entomology, Plant Pathology, Virology, Nematology, Weed Control, Seed Technology)

IV.SPECIALIZED TRAINING IN INDIA:
●Summer Institute on Sugar Cane Scale Insects, Indian Institute of Sugar Cane Research, Lucknow, UP, ​ INDIA, ​ ​ 1981.
● Training on Granulosis Virus, Sugar Cane Breeding Institute, Coimbatore, TN,INDIA, ​ ​ 1987.

1. RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS IN ENGLISH – 161
Research Papers Published in State, National and International Journals/Seminar Proceedings on ​ Sugar Cane, Sugar Beet, Cotton, Grapevine, Vegetables, Cereals and Other many Crops. In Sugar Cane Crop, Publications are related to Entomology, Plant Breeding, Agronomy, Physiology, Pathology,Microbiology, Meteorology, Economics, etc. Disciplines.
●LOCAL LANGUAGE ARTICLES- 188 Nos.
●MARATHI (Local Language Popular) PUBLICATIONS- 121 Nos. KANNAD LANGUAGE POPULAR PUBLICATIONS ——–TWO
●TECHNICAL BULLETINS-14 Nos.
●BOOKS (EDITED) PUBLISHED IN LOCAL LANGUAGE FOR FARMERS – 2Nos.
● Jadhav S.B. and Patil A.S. (1999). Ideal Sugar cane Management.VSI, Pune, P:1-60.
● Nerkar Y.S. and Patil A.S. (2003).Oos Sheti Dnyanyag, (SugarCane Farming Technology) VSI, Pune, P:1-90.
●RADIO TALKS FOR FARMERS IN MARATHI, HINDI, –53 Nos.
●TELEVISION PROGRAMMES ON SUGAR CANE FOR FARMERS-17Nos.
● DELIVERED TECHNICAL INFORMATION IN FARMERS RALLIES – +1009Nos.
TRAINING PROGRAMMES AT INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL LEVEL IN SUGAR CANE, SUGAR BEET, etc.GOVT.OFFICERS/ FACTORY OFFICERS TRAINING PROGRAMMS (ARRANGED/ CONDUCTED)– 135 Nos ​ .
● SUGAR FACTORY OFFICERS TRAINING PROGRAMMS AT INDIAN LEVEL (ATTENDED/PARTICIPATED) – 327 Nos ​ .
●SUGAR CANE DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT REPORTS PREPARATION – 178 Nos ​ .

2. RECOGNITION AS UNIVERSITY TEACHER
●P.G. GUIDE IN ENTOMOLOGY, MPAU,RAHURI, MS, INDIA.
● P.G GUIDE FOR M.Sc., M. Phil, and Ph.D. IN Agro Chemicals and Pest Management, SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY, KOLHAPUR, MS., INDIA
● ADJUNCT PROFESSOR, AgPM, SHIVAJI UNI. KOLHAPUR.

3. GUEST LECTURER
● MPAU, RAHURI, MS, INDIA
● SHIVAJI UNI. KOLHAPUR
● UNIVERSITY OF AGRI. SCIENCES, KARNATAKA STATE, INDIA
● RESERVE BANK OF INDIA, TRAINING CENTRE,PUNE, INDIA
● PUNE UNI., PUNE
● MAHARASHTRA STATE COOPERATIVE SANGH, PUNE

4. GUIDENCE TO PG STUDENTS
● Ph.D. ( AgPM )- THREE
● M.PHIL. – ONE
● M.Sc. ENVI. SCIENCE – ONE
● AVSI, PG COURSES ON SUGAR CANE DEVELOPMENT -17

  • Patil A.S., M.B.Bachchhav and D.G.Hapase ​ (1980).- Note on two fungi on ​ Chilo infuscutellus Snell. Sugar Cane Pathologist’s Newsletter, 24:35-36. ​ (Mauritius).
  • Patil A.S., P.T.Patil and Mohammad Hanif ( ​ 1983). -Nematode problem in cultivated crops and pastures in India and Pakistan. 12 th ​ International Course on Plant Protection, Wageningen, pp :1-5 ​ (The Netherlands).
  • Patil A.S., ​ (1983). -Integrated management of Sugar Cane pests in India.Ibid : 1-21 ​ (The Netherlands).
  • Patil A.S., and D.G.Hapase ​ (1991).- Biology and chemical control of Leucopholis lepidophora in Sugar Cane. Advances in Management and Conservation of Soil Fauna (Edt. by Dr Veeresh ​ et.al) Oxford and IBH Pub. 209-215, Paper Presented in International Symposium on Soil
    Biology and Ecology, Bangalore ​ (India).
  • Patil A.S., S.L. Patil, D.N.Patil, R.B.Patil and D.G.Hapase ​ (1993).-Successful, Effective and Cheaper Bio control of Sugar Cane Leaf Hopper by ​ Epiricania melanoleuca Fletcher parasite. Inter American Sugar Cane Seminar on “Sugar Cane and our Environment”, University of Miami, Miami and Inter American Vanguard Group. Sept. 14-16, 1993, Abstract : 23. ​ (U.S.A.).
  • Hapase D.G., S.B.Murkute, B.A.Deshmukh and ​ A.S.Patil ​ (1993)-Vermicompost, an excellent low cost technology for boosting Cane and Sugar Yield. Inter American Sugar Cane seminar on “Sugar Cane and our Environment”, University of Miami, Miami, and Inter American
    vanguard group, Sept. 14-16, 1993, Abstract : 12. ​ (U.S.A.).
  • Patil A.S., ​ (1995). Sugar Cane Pests and Pheromone Technology in Maharashtra, Proc. Indo-British workshop on Current Approaches to Pheromone technology. (Edit Narasimhan ​ et al.) held at Chennai, Nov. 29-Dec.1 : 55-57. ​ (INDIA).
  • Patil A.S., D.G.Hapase and S.B.Jadhav ​ (1995). Integrated Control of Sugar Cane Shoot Borer. Paper presented in poster session in XXII,ISSCT Congress, ​ (Colombia).
  • Patil A.S.(1997). Integrated Pests Management in Sugar Cane, Paper presented in symposium on Tropical Crop Research and Development,India-International, 9-12, Sept. 1997 ISTCRAD, Thrissur : 1-12.(INDIA).
  • Patil A.S., and Dorge S.K. ​ (1999). Integrated control of the Leaf hopper,Arboridia species, a new pest of Sugar Cane in India. Paper presented in XXIII ISSCT Congress, 22-26 Feb., ​ 1999, ​ New Delhi, ​ (India).
  •  Patil A.S. ​ , and Magar S.B. and Shinde V.D. ​ (2001). Feeding Potential of Predatory Spiders on Sugar Cane Pests. Proc. Vol.II, 24 ​ ISSCT, 17-21 Sept. 2001, Brisbane, Edt. D.M.Hogarth : pp.408-409. ​ (Australia).
  •  Patil A.S., and Y.S.Nerkar ( ​ 2002). Constraints in Sugar CaneProduction and Diversification of Sugar Cane and Sugar Processing Co-products. Paper presented in Int. Symposium on Food, Nutrition and Economic Security through Diversification in Sugar Cane Production and Processing Systems, 16-18 Feb.2002, IISR, Lucknow, ​ (India).
  • Patil ,A .S., ​ Dani R.V. and V.D.Shinde ​ (2006). Co-operative Sugar Industry: A Rural Agribusiness, Production Resources and Value Added Products. Paper presented in International Training Programm on Rural Agribusiness Development and Marketing organized by Shivaji University, Kolhapur, MS,India in collaboration with Asian Institute of Technology,Thailand, 13 th ​ -18 th ​ March, 2006, India: 5 to 23. ​ (India).
  • Pawar V.N, Salunkhe, A. N., and ​ Patil A.S. ​ (2006). Effective Extension Training Method, “Dnyanyag” for Sugar Cane growers: A Case Study.
    Paper presented in International Training Programme on Rural Agribusiness Development and Marketing organized by Shivaji
    University Kolhapur, MS, India in collaboration with Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand, 13 th ​ -18 th ​ March, 2006, India: 40 to 48.(India).
  • Patil A.S., Magar S.B. and Shinde V.D. ​ (2007). Biological control of the Sugar Cane Woolly Aphid ( ​ Ceratovacuna lanigera) in Indian Sugar Cane through the release of Predators. Proc. XXVI ISSCT Congress, Durban,June 2007 Edt. D.M. Hogart.
  •  Magar S. B., Shinde V. D. and P ​ atil A. S. ( ​ 2007). Biology of Micromus igorotus Bank, a potential Predator of ​ Ceratovacuna lanigera
    Zehnt. in Sugar Cane. Proc XXVI th ​ ISSCT Congress, Durban, Edt. D. M.Hogarth Vol. 26: 854-856. ​ (South Africa).Patil,A.S., Salunkhe, A.N.; Pawar, B.H.; Ghodke, P.V.Shivankar, S.B.; Zende, N.B.; Shewate, S. R. and Patil, D.J.(2007). Sugar Beet Cultivation in Tropical India, A new experience. Proc.68 th ​ Annual Convention of STAI, 22-24 August, : pp 85-111.(India).
  • Patil,A.S., Salunkhe, A.N.; Pawar, B.H.; Ghodke, P.V.Shivankar, S.B.; Zende, N.B.; Shewate, S. R. and Patil, D.J.(2007). Sugar Beet Cultivation in Tropical India, A new experience.Proc.68 th ​ Annual Convention of STAI, 22-24 August, : pp 85-111.(India)
  • Patil, A.S.(2007). Sugar Cane Development, Management and FutureStrategies, a report to West Keniya Sugar Factory, Kakamegha,Africa.pp. 1- 68. ​ (Kenya).
  • Patil, A.S. and Patil, K.A. ​ (2009). Global Scenario of Sugar Industry.Production, Consumption, Deficit of Sugar at Global level. www.ibap.in ​ .(India )
  • Patil, A.S. and Patil, K.A. ​ (2010) ​ . Global Scenario of Sugar Industry.Production, Consumption, Deficit of Sugar at Global level. ​ www.ibap.in ​ (India)
  • Patil, A. S. and Patil, K. A., ​ (2011). ​ Techno Economic Sugar CaneFeasibility Project Report. Justin Sugar Mills, Bertoua, Cameroun,Africa. July 2011, :1-124 ​ (Cameroun).
  • Patil, A. S. and Patil, K. A., ​ (2011). Sugar Cane Feasibility Study Report to Develop the Integrated Sugar Complex, Manga- Eboko, Cameroun,Africa. March, (2012), ​ (Cameroun).
  • Patil, A. S. and Patil, K. A., ​ (2012). Sugar Cane Feasibility Study Report To Develop The Integrated Sugar Complex, HoHoe, Ghana, Africa. April, (2012), ​ (Ghana).
  • Patil, A.S. and Patil, K.A. ​ (2012). Production, Consumption, and Deficit of Sugar at Global Level. ​ www.ibap.in ​ .
  • PATIL, A. ​ S. and Patil K.A.( 2013 ).Preliminary report for increase of sugar cane yield and sucrose for profitable running of the sugar factories ( six ) in a phased manner with the low cost improved technologies at factories and farmers level in Guyana,(GUYANA).
  • PATIL ,A. ​ S.and Patil K.A. ( 2014 ). Economics of sugar cane cultivation in Guinea Bissau. (GUINEA BISSAU )
  • PATIL, A. ​ S. (2015).Sugar cane feasibility ,Land Development and Irrigation Water Availability in Togo to establish the sugar complex in Togo ( TOGO )
  • PATIL, A. ​ S. ( 2016 ).Techno-Economic Feasibility Report for profitable cultivation of Sugar Cane , Paddy (Rice ), Maize ( Corn ), Pigeon Pea
    and Sesame in Mozambique, Africa.(MOZAMBIQUE ).
  •  ‘Best Citizens of India’ Award International Publishing House, NewDelhi, India, ​ 2008.
  •  ​ ‘Noel Deerr Gold Medal’ and Certificate for Best Research Paper on Sugar Beet, STAI, New Delhi, ​ 2008.
  •  ‘Rashtriya Gaurav’ ​ Award for Outstanding Research and Development Work. India International Friendship Society, New Delhi, India, ​ 2007.
  •  Referee, GS-5 Cane Committee, ​ International Commission for Uniformity to Measure Sugar Analysis (ICUMSA), USA, ​ 2006.
  •  ​ ‘Noel Deerr Gold Medal’ and Certificate for Best Research Paper on Sugar Cane Woolly Aphid, STAI, New Delhi, ​ 2005.
  •  ‘National Fellow’ by Society of Plant Protection Scientists, IARI, NewDelhi, ​ 2005.
  •  ‘Best Scientist’ Award for Outstanding Contribution in Research &Development in Sugar Cane activities by Vasantdada Sugar Institute,
  •  Felicitation by Shri Sadashivrao Mandlik ​ Kagal Taluka SSK, Dist.Kolhapur for Outstanding Research and Extension Work in Sugar Cane.
  •  ‘K.P.Deshmukh Memorial Prize’ for the presentation of Second Best Research Paper on Sugar Cane, DSTA, Pune ​ 1988.
  • ‘K.S.Kale Memorial’​ Award and Prize and Certificate for presentation of Best Research Paper on Sugar Cane, DSTA, Pune, ​ 1978.
  • LIFE MEMBER, ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF INDIA, INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI, INDIA.
  • LIFE MEMBER, SOUTH INDIAN SUGARCANE TECH. ASSOCIATION OF INDIA, CHENNAI, TAMILNADU.
  • FELLOW AND LIFE MEMBER, INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF TROPICAL CROP REASEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, THRISSUR, KERALA, INDIA.
  • MEMBER, SUGAR TECH. ASSOCIATION OF INDIA, NEW DELHI, INDIA.
  • MEMBER, DECCAN SUGAR TECH. ASSOCIATION, PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA.
  • MEMBER ASSOCIATION OF SUGAR CANE TECHNOLOGISTS OF INDIALUCKNOW, INDIA.
  • MEMBER, SOIL BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY ASSOCIATION OF INDIA, BANGALORE, KARNATAKA.
  • MEMBER, INDIAN SCEINCE CONGRESS, CALCUTTA, W.BENGAL, INDIA.
  • MEMBER, JOURNAL OF MAHARASHTRA AGRI. UNI. PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA.
  • MEMBER, INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF SUGAR CANE TECH.MAURITIUS.
  • EX. JT. SECRETARY, ASSOCIATION OF SUGAR CANE TECH. OF INDIALUCKNOW, U.P., INDIA.
  • EX.MEMBER, RESEARCH ADVISORY COMMITTEE, IISR (ICAR), LUCKNOW, INDIA.

SCIENTIFIC SEMINAR/ WORKSHOP ATTENDED

SEMINAR/WORKSHOP ATTENDED AS A SCIENTIST

1.INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON SUGAR CANE/ CROPS/ PLANT PROTECTION /SAFE ENVIRONMENT

(INDIA, NETHERLANDS, USA, BRASIL,AUSTRALIA)

11

2.VASANTDADA SUGAR INSTITUTE, STATE/NATIONAL SEMINAR,PUNE

32

3.DECCAN SUGAR TECHNOLOGISTS ASSOCIATION, PUNE

26

4.SUGAR TECHNOLOGISTS ASSOCIATION OF INDIA, NEW DELHI

08

5.INDIAN SCIENCE CONGRESS, KOLKATA

06

6.SOIL BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY,BENGALURU

02

7.SOUTH INDIAN SUGARCANE TECHNOLOGISTS ASSOCIATION,CHENNAI

03

8.ALL INDIA COORDINATED RESEARCH PROJECT ON SUGARCANE,LUCKNOW

31

9.ALL INDIA COORDINATED RESEARCH PROJECT ON WHITE GRUBS,ICAR,

03

10.INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF SUGAR CANE TECH.,MAURITIUS

02

11.OTHER

15

 

INTERNATIONAL TRAININGS

INTERNATIONAL TRAININGS GIVEN/ORGANIZED/ DELIVERED TALKS FOR THE SUGAR FACTORY OFFICERS FOR CANE DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA (1982-2012)

NAME OF THE COUNTRY

NO. OF SUGAR FACTORIES

Kenya

Two

Uganda

One

Tanzania

One

Nepal

Two

Mauritius

One

Sudan

Two

Srilanka

 

Two

 

Cameroon

One (New)

 

NATIONAL TRAININGS

IMPORTANT TRAININGS CONDUCTED/ DELIVERED TALKS RELATED TO SUGAR CANE AND SUGAR FACTORY ASPECTS FOR OFFICERS/ SCIENTISTS FROM INDIA IN THE SERVICE BY Dr.PATIL

NAME OF THE PROGRAMME

DURATION

NUMBER

Sustainable Development of Sugar Cane based cropping systems, India

One month

105

Biological control of Sugar Cane Pests

One month

02

National Level Training Five Programmes in Mechanization, Micro propagation, Micro irrigation, Bio and Organic Fertilizers and Integrated Pest Management in Sugar Cane Farming.

Each programme of five days duration

 

 

 

 

82

Advanced Technologies for increasing Sugar Cane Productivity in Uttar Pradesh, India

One week

16

Advanced Technologies for increasing Sugar Cane productivity in India for Cane Development, Agricultural Officers from Sugar Factories.

One week

85

Orientation Training in Sugar Cane Development and Management for Sugar Factory and Govt. Officers.

One month

89

Sugar Cane Farming Technologies for Sugar Cane growers in Marathi  (Local)language as a Training Co-ordinator

One week

2575

 

INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL REPORTS PREPARED FROM 2008 T0 2017
IMPORTANT REPORTS MAINLY, SUGAR CANE CULTIVATION AND DEVELOPMENT FOR INCREASE OF PRODUCTIVITY PREPARED BY DR. PATIL AND HIS TEAM FROM IBAP, PUNE IN VARIOUS COUNTRIESDURING 2008 TO 2017

NAME OF THE COUNTRY

NO. OF REPORTS

YEAR

MOZAMBIQUE

TWO   (Two locations)

2015, 2016

T0GO

ONE    (Three locations)

2015

GUYANA,/span>

ONE    (Six sugar mills)

2013

GUINEA BISSAU

ONE    (One sugar mill)

2013

CAMEROON

THREE (Three sugar mills)

2011, 2012, 2013

GHANA

TWO (Two locations, One sugar mill)

2011, 2012

INDIA

THREE (Three sugar mills)

2008, 2009, 2010